Digital Photography for Teens

Summer Photography Workshop for Middle and High School students

Be a part of this unique, creative workshop while learning the art and technique of digital photography, taught by Montclair artist and Rowan University Photography Professor, Keith Adams. This Summer workshop series explores a range of approaches to photography that will strengthen your teenager's picture making skills. Options include: beginning sessions for new photographers, advanced sessions for more experienced teens, and specialized sessions for those looking for something different. In all workshops, there will be instruction on how to use the camera, informal critiques of student photos, and discussions of the history of photography and how it relates to today. There is also an option for evening workshops for students to enjoy the fun and excitement of night-time photography.    A digital camera is required, preferably a DSLR.

                      

                     Choose from 1 or 2 week sessions from 10am to 3pm

 

Sessions begin June 19, and end August 19, 2016

 

 

Session rates dependent upon program*

 

Minimum 5 students per class
 (tell your friends!) 

Payable by check or cash

Customized class schedules and content can be discussed with Prof. Adams

 

*For more information contact Professor Keith Adams at 973-233-9495 or email:

markamkeithadams@gmail.com